Tony Romo Predictably Gearing Up for Training Camp with Girls and Golf

One's into women and wedges and the other's coming back after a four-month retirement. You decide.
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Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo finished third in a celebrity golf tournament in Lake Tahoe over the weekend.

He also fell into a lake when he lost his balance hitting a shot, hosted a party house complete with karaoke machine and, yep, was cheered on by you-know-who, who posed for lots of pics, even some in a bikini. Or, what the hell, is that a onesy?

Good to see Romo sharpening his football skills less than two weeks before training camp. But it could be worse. He could be – like his childhood hero – retired, coming back, released, a backup … or just confused. -- Richie Whitt

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